STEPHEN PEARCY Announces Musicians For 'Drive With Me' Video Shoot

Former RATT singer Stephen Pearcy has announced the lineup of musicians that will join him during the video shoot for "Drive With Me", off his upcoming sophomore solo album, "Fueler".

Joining Pearcy (a.k.a. SEP) during the video shoot will be guitarist Mark Zavon (JRZ), bassist Mike Duda (W.A.S.P.), drummer Rich Contadino (TIJUANA BULLFIGHT), and guitarist Erik Ferentinos (RAT BASTARD).

"Drive With Me", the first single off "Fueler", was mixed by Ken Lewis, who has 32 gold and platinum albums and singles to his credit, 14 No. 1 albums and five Grammy nominations.

"Fueler" is scheduled for release later this month via Top Fuel Records. The album was written and co-produced by Pearcy.

Pearcy will kick off the "Bastards of Metal" tour, also featuring Joey Belladonna (ex-ANTHRAX), Marq Torien (BULLETBOYS), Ron Keel (KEEL, IRON HORSE) and Jason McMaster (DANGEROUS TOYS, WATCHTOWER), in late October, with dates tentatively scheduled to run through 2005.


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